Returning to Campus
As NC State begins a phased return to the workplace, this manual outlines safety protocols to create a safe and positive work environment for employees as they transition back to campus.
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Information for Employees
University Human Resources has a guideline on pandemic and communicable disease, as well as resources on social distancing and alternative work arrangements.
The Provost’s Office provides guidance to help NC State faculty work flexibly, quickly and collaboratively to preserve and continue classes, even in periods of prolonged disruption.
The Office of Research and Innovation continues to provide critical services, as well as guidance on how to prepare for disruptions to normal research operations.
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COVID-19 Positive Test Reporting
If you test positive for COVID-19, or are told by a healthcare provider that you are presumed positive for the virus, we encourage you to let us know by filling out this form. This information is completely voluntary and confidential – it helps university healthcare professionals monitor the impact to the campus community and provide any resources and support you might need wherever you are.
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Community Support Resources
The NC State Faculty and Staff Assistance Program provides support, resources and information for personal and work-life issue. The FASAP program is university-sponsored, confidential and provided at no charge to you and your dependents.
In addition, the following on-campus and local resources are available to assist members of the NC State community and their families during this time.
- Feed the Pack Food Pantry: The Pantry is open to all members of the NC State campus community (students, staff and faculty). In order to use the pantry, show up during open hours. After swiping your campus ID, you can shop for the items you need.
- Wake County Public Schools Food Distribution: North Carolina approved the distribution of additional resources to families receiving free or reduced-price lunch. The additional benefits will be through the P-EBT program to help families buy food during the COVID-19 school closure.
- Interfaith Food Shuttle Mobile Market: The Interfaith Food Shuttle provides mobile service and pop-up markets in the community.
- Urban Ministries: Wake County Urban Ministries helps individuals experiencing food and housing insecurity through a variety of services and programs. Urban Ministries provides a drive-up food distribution on Monday-Thursday.
- AniMeals: The SPCA of Wake County and the nonprofit group Resources for Seniors have joined forces to bring a new service to home-bound senior and disabled adults living in Wake County who need assistance to feed their pets.
- Wake Network of Care: This Wake County resource provides users with access to a variety of programs and services ranging from employment and financial assistance to counseling and more.
- Triangle Family Services: This organization offers programs to Triangle residents focused on family safety, financial stability and mental health.
- Work First Family Assistance Program: A program provided by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Work First provides parents with short-term training and other services to hep them become employed and move toward self-sufficiency.